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. commissioner singh is absent commissioner rosales. commissioner johnson and commissioner singh is absent and all other members are present. a the next regularly scheduled meeting is on february - announcement for the electronic devices please advised that the electronic devices are prohibited at this meeting and the chair may order the removal of people who use electronic devices p. c announcement of the time for the announcement a member may make up to 3 minutes announcement. it is strong low recommended that members of the public who wish to address the commission submit a card to the commission secretary. the next item of business is the previous closed session meeting if any. the next order of business is the unfinished business we have no items. the next item 5 the matters of new business content and regular agenda. item 5 a approval of minutes december 17, 2013, >> thank you, very much all the members should have the minutes in their packet. i'd like to entertain public comments >> i have no speaker cards. >> are there any comments if not i'd like to entertain a motion moved and
by a unit of johnson & johnson for more than $4 billion. we will tell you it's in it for both sides. the securities and exchange commission has a new warning to bond fund managers that has to do with structural issues that have crept into the market. we will tell you about the implications. we want to start with breaking news on new skin. sterns, ise, olivia there with everything you need to know on this story. >> shares in new skin are down and the stock has been halted in trading twice. comingllows allegations from a chinese newspaper saying new skin has been suspected of an illegal pyramid game. this is a company that makes nutritional and skin ruddock's and the government says they are investigating these allegations. tearkin has been on a recently, the stock quadrupled last year. new skin denies these allegations, but this calls to mind another herbal nutritional supplement company that has been accused of operating a pyramid game -- herbalife. herbalife shares are down 10%. it a pyramidalling scheme. it's interesting to see what analysts reaction has been. one has cut the reco
was abstaining. commissioner singh absent. commissioner rosales. commissioner johnson. the vote is 3 i's and one awe stipulation and one absent. thank you very much please call the next item and a regular agenda 5 b confirming the onions and sale of the agency development to the city and county 2014 series a tax leakage bonds in an amount not to exceed $17 million and final official statements and the continuing disclosure certify and other documents and the resolution of a 42014. ma'am, director >> madam chair and ma'am, director i need to disclose i need to recuse myself because of the underwriters is a writer so i'm reoccurring myself and i'm leaving the room before the matter is entertained. >> very much chair i say it's done arrest thank you, madam chair. good afternoon to members of the public thank you for joining us. commissioners as you recall you took a series of actions in november related to infrastructure and bonds for mission bay south this is the next step in implementing those actions now the they have been approved. we're here to consummated the sale of the bonds. with that i'
of the many questions that haunts kendrick johnson's family who took their son's organs and then stuffed the corpse with newspapers. a state investigation has now wrapped up. we have the findings ahead. ♪ [ male announcer ] to truck guys, the truck is everything. and when you put them in charge of making an unbeatable truck, good things happen. this is the ram 1500. the 2014 motor trend truck of the year. ♪ and first ever back-to-back champion. guts. glory. ram. bulldog: out with the old out with the old and in with the new! mattress discounters' year end clearance sale ends monday! puppy: what's this red tag mean? bulldog: through monday, save up to 40% on clearance mattresses. puppy: oh, here's another. bulldog: that means up to $300 off serta, posturepedic, even tempur-pedic. puppy: i found another red tag! bulldog: what! where? puppy: right here, silly. ha-ha-ha! bulldog: tickles! mattress discounters' year end clearance sale ends monday. ♪ mattress discounters >>> welcome back. in true politics, the senate intelligence committee has released its report on the deadly attack tha
kendrick johnson's family who took their son's organs and then stuffed the corpse with newspapers. a state investigation has now wrapped up. we have the findings ahead. >>> welcome back. in true politics, the senate intelligence committee has released its report on the deadly attack that killed four americans in benghazi, libya 16 months ago. found the attack was likely preventable. overall its findings are pretty consistent with those of previous investigations. in washington benghazi is a trip wire issue. of course today was no exception. former secretary of state hillary clinton once again lightning rod. >> she couldn't be on tv to talk about what happened in the state department because she was distraught? i don't buy that. does anybody believe that about secretary clinton? and if it's true, it's something the american people need to consider. >> no one as been held accountable. who's been held accountable for the failures? and if you look at this intel report, it's very clear that the intelligence community, according to this report, provided ample strategic warning that our people in
questions that haunts kendrick johnson's family. who took their son's organs and then stuffed the corpse with newspapers? a state investigation has now wrapped up. we have the findings ahead. for the new mattress models but sleep train's huge year end clearance is ending soon. for a short time, save hundreds on tempur-pedic mattresses. get the most highly-recommended bed in america at closeout prices. plus, get interest-free financing and free same-day delivery. why wait for the new models? sleep train's year end clearance is ending soon. superior service, best selection, lowest price, guaranteed. ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> welcome back. in true politics, the senate intelligence committee has released its report on the deadly attack that killed four americans in benghazi, libya, 16 months ago. it found the attack was likely preventible. overall, its findings are pretty consistent with those of previous investigations, but in washington, benghazi's a tripwire issue, of course, and today was no exception. the former secretary of state, hillary clinton
will hear from our partner david johnson and his firm. it has our leadership goal to high quality enterprises in san francisco and nurtures a business environment that supports strong economic growth as you will hear from mayor lee. it also established new benchmark for what is possible today for commercial development and you will happy hear from our company leader. john kilroy. i think you will understand that we are a huge believer of san francisco. we have demonstrated that faith in local management, resources and development. it has taken a big teamworking together very closely to bring us to today's ground breaking. that is a lot of people and we are glad to see to many people with us today. it's my pleasure to introduce one of the city's biggest visionaries and supporters. the mayor learned from the very beginning what a very exciting opportunity this has been and he's supported us every way through this development. i know my daughter will understand 1 day how special it is to have him here. please welcome honorable mayor lee. >> mike, thanks very much. congratulations to
're coming back even though we had pretty decent earn from johnson & johnson and verizon. >> a lot of the guys are starting to leave to get ahead of what could be nor thanksmore nasty weather. the dow is off about 41 points. >>> braving the storm and making his way to the new york stock exchange is johnson and johnson alex gorsky. a more modest outlook for 2014 is hitting this dow xlonant today today. >> apple, a positive report on the company has investors optimistic. it's up 1.6% now. so is wall street ready to love apple's stock again? and is retaking $700 out of the question for this year? not out of the question. we're at $550 today. we'll take a closer look at one of the most owned and certainly one of the most interesting stocks out there, apple. >> yeah. and we've got a ton of tech earnings coming after the bell. cannot wait to see what kind of read we get. let's look at markets. the dow is off about 46 points or about a third of 1%. recall the closing high december 31st this index was 16,588. we're at 16,411. the nasdaq also under some pressure. but it's t
>> welcome to "lunch money." i am adam johnson. the world's richest man, bill gates, he has committed his wealth and his life to solving the world's biggest problems. the billionaire founder and chairman of microsoft together with his wife has tackled extreme poverty and poor health in developing countries to the failure of america's education system. today bill gates joins michael bloomberg, majority owner of bloomberg lp for a conversation with betty liu. we are going to bring you the best of that interview which took place just after the and melinda released their annual letter, predicting no poor nations by the year 2035. >> i think it is dangerous people are focusing on the bad news and not seeing the progress we have made. it means the don't look at the best practices. they make them less generous. we are raising poor countries up. there is more to be done on health and agriculture. the track record of success, if you don't see that you are not going to participate in what we need to do. >> you say there will be no poor nations by the time we reach 2035? >> almost none
of standpoint research and craig johnson, president of customer growth partners. what happened at best buy? >> it's a company with a great history and a great future. the present is not so good. it's a very competitive industry. margins are tiny and it is not managing the business that well right now. it is suffering from what we call the tear any of the installed base. these giant behemoth stores that they need maybe half the square footage of but they are stuck with them. they've tried to dispose of some of them and they are operating on a profitability race to the bottom. they have to get out of that price competition. they call it investment. i call it cutting prices. they have to get out and figure what the value proposition is that we can bring to the customer that is as exciting as it used to be in the old days when you and i would go into best buy 20 to 25 years ago. it was great. chuck e. cheese was a great place to bring my kids 20, 25 years ago but now, not so much. they are not the voice of authority that they used to be. >> ronnie, talk about it as a buy in the stocks. it was
really need magic johnson to get health care? then he aslooud lewds to quality heck cheque obamacare, somehow, which is the biggest of all. last year brenda, we spent about a billion dollars on advertising, a drop in the bucket. we don't need it. this is the new american invention we spend on. okay. good, now i know that, i love the federal government. sasha, ads are the american way. >> think back. uncle sam wants to you do it. the u.s. army, but to know, i'm not in full support of that. look. at the end of the day, obamacare is here to stay. it's not going anywhere. okay. it's not going to go. so the more effort that's made to make it a disaster added to how the administration did on its own, the more it's going to cost and the harder it's going to be to implement. it's not leaving. so, yes, it's good, absolutely. having the states actually work with the federal government to make it work will also get the thing moving. >> tracy, aren't you embarrassed if it's paid for by taxpayers on the pa ja ma boy ad? i'm embarrassed by that. >> look. if they are trying to appeal to the younger
and we have a lot of african-american clergy and we're going to introduce now michael johnson with urban core. come on michael (clappin (clapping.) i have a few prepared remarks you know the rooerdz are able to a.d. live but i've got to write my stuff down so i can be clear. so i want to thank you all for coming out today to celebrate the grand opening of the mary rogers senior center. i was home last time and before i went to bed i was trying to put together the words to say. i thought about it for the last several months. and i decided to frame it with a couple of points of history in my life. the first thing when i i was a teenager and attended a career day in philadelphia and learned with r what an architect does. i realized immediately that's what i wanted to do and went home and told mom and dad. my schooling prepared me for the education but the passion for redeveloping neighborhoods you such as the western edition was god-given. it's been fulfilling over the last thirty years. the second point of my personal history is when we were asked by the members of this community to undert
-year-old derek b. johnson inside this apartment that you're seeing in the video. johnson fled a crash where he wrecked into a pole with his truck and also has multiple dui convictions in his past. >> with a knife? >> yes. >> is he trying to right now? >> i'm worried more about -- >> okay. come out here. i guess the male's inside trying to cut himself with a knife. >> he makes this woman sit down and then he heads inside the apartment and you don't see erik johnson for a while but there's no backdoor to this place so officer mortonson knows he's in there somewhere. >> eric. cor police department, i need you to talk to me. >> he repeats the same stuff over and over again trying to coax area rick johnson out from the back of the apartment. >> whatever you are considering doing, it's not worth it, man, it's just a crash. >> watch this eric does come out. >> put the knife down now. put it down. i'm serious. put the knife down. i need you out of this house right now. put the knife -- i will shoot you. put the knife down! put it down! put it down! put it down! >> this was a fatal shooting he
of president johnson but of presidents kennedy and eisenhower -- every administration that had a hand in the conflict. >> somehow, this madness must cease. we must stop now. i speak as a child of god and brother to the suffering poor of vietnam. i speak for the poor of america, who are paying the double price of smashed hopes at home and death and corruption in vietnam. i speak as a citizen of the world, for the world as it stands aghast at the path we have taken. i speak as one who loves america, to the leaders of our own nation -- the great initiative in this war is ours, the initiative to stop it must be ours. >> his conscience leaves him no choice. that he had reached a point where he had to break the silence, and we know that when silence replaces the truth, the silence itself is a lie. martin luther king jr. was the kind of brother, the kind of human being, the kind of christian, the kind of free black man where he refused to live a lie. tavis: it's challenging from a distance now of more than 40 years to remember what our country looked like in 1965, 1966, 1967, when the escala
as michael mckee and adam johnson. tom keene is in dallas for the world economic forum. davos for the world economic forum. >> in honor of tom being in davos, we will start with europe. sap, the big software company, shares are falling the most in six months. they're basically pushing other profitability target for another two years as companies shift to the cloud. we will have the co-ceo bill mcdermott join us in about half an hour. the u.s..rnings in before the bell, verizon, d, .ohnson & johnson johnnie john is what we used to call it. >> i said, call me johnny john? >> no, but that goes back to my trading floor days. ibm and texas, instruments. something i want to make sure everyone is aware of, 9:30, bill gates will be sitting down with bloomberg lp founder and majority owner michael bloomberg , a conversation moderated i betty liu. this is huge, talking about how to make the world a better place? how do you fight poverty? these are two guys who are in a position to do it. >> we look forward to that one. there is a storm of swords approaching, isn't there? >> i hear that. >> he doesn't
and travelers and johnson & johnson. ibm could add to the misery tomorrow. >> oil slick, halliburton and baker hughes all post strong results but not just the american energy boom that's helping propel profits. >> staying warm, what's behind the shortage of heating fuel across the country and rise in prizes. we have all of that and more for this tuesday, january 21st. >> good evening, on this cold and snowy day for much of the eastern part of the country, ibm, one of the priceyest and therefore one of the most important stocks in the price weighted dow index tried its best to warm things up on wall street. the world's largest technology services company reported better than expected earnings in the latest quarters, $6.13 a share, that's 14 cents better than the forecast. but the good news sort of ended there. margins narrowed ever so slightly and revenue declined 5% ending about a half billion dollars short of estimates. that sent shares initially lower in late trading today. as you see on that graphic. josh lipton joins us with more. what is the key takeaway from these results? >> tyler, list
they do not have faith anymore? ron johnson had a lot of faith. has been working out so well for him. >> it did not work out for ron johnson and mike ullman, the jcpenney, making very difficult decisions now. julie is following that story. jcpenney is making a move to get rid of 2000 employees. yes. we're talking about three percent of the stores, two percent of the workforce. it is relatively small. the company says it is underperforming stores. smallerbe stores with formats. ron johnson does not have much of an imprint on. it is ones that were not working in tertiary markets. that is what jc any is doing. this is part of the longer strategy to roll back almost everything ron johnson had done. >> let's talk a little bit about omen and his effort to reverse what johnson had done. doing,the things he is he is reinstituting the commission. we are talking about around 40,000 people affected by the move. the idea is, you have some of these people who are veterans of jcpenney and johnson promised them, when the company starts to turn around, you will be compensated. is not turning around.
of relief now that britain is in jail. - brennan. deacon rolando johnson says the mood around the church is improving and the warning fliers can now go in the trash. johnson and congregations says they have no idea what may have possessed him to set fires. but say they hold no ill will towards him. on set--the san francisco police department is searching for the people responsible for vandalizing a muni bus last month. you're looking at surveillance photos from december 20th on the muni 37 live. the bus was stopped at haight and ashbury streets at a real eye when a large crowd surrounded the bus yelling and banking on the windows. some of the windows were shattered while others were marked with graffiti. coming up on the kron4 morning news apple ceo tim cook is in china this morning we will tell you why he's handing out autographed iphones. a drought declaration could be coming to california. governor jerry brown is expected to make the announcement later this morning. we will for all nine is the time. before last december, 2013 was going to be an average year for pedestrian traffic fata
luther king holiday. johnson & johnson's report before the bell, ibm reports its numbers after the close. also out this week, united technologies, mcdone add's, microsoft and procter & gamble. we'll be discussing those earnings at 11:30 cet with john buffett. >>> and when it comes to driving earning hes growth and creating share value, which businesses are best? we want to hear from you. who do you think is the best ceo in the world? if you want to join the conversation here, please, get in touch with us. e-mail us, worldwide@cnbc.com, tweet @cnbcwex or direct to me @rosswestgate. don't miss out on that. who is the best ceo in the world? we will reveal all as revealed a little later. >>> meanwhile, lenovo is reporting it's in talks to buy low end server unit x86. the chinese hardware company is only confirming that it's in talks with a third party. rumors of an agreement first surfaced yesterday with the "wall street journal" the object of lep novo's affections is actually dell. lenovo shares dropped 3% higher. >>> dropbox has reportedly secured $3 million after the firm has been valued
television. streaming live on your tablet and your smartphone, i am adam johnson. moving pictures, the video is the story. rain in indonesia triggered flash floods and landslides on a northern ireland. 40,000 people were forced to evacuated as rivers wash away houses and cars. at least 13 people have been killed. protesters in thailand marched shutan that, vowing to down february elections. demonstrators trying to force the prime minister to resign. dangerousijing hits levels, major highways were closed and residents were warned to avoid outdoor activities. shot to on air quality the upper level. the smog will last until tomorrow morning. and nation, president obama has recruited celebrities like adam levine, even olivia wilde, trying to promote obamacare. now he is adding to his team. magic johnson, you can get the health insurance you need. go online to the health insurance marketplace. do comparisons of brand name plans and choose the one that is right for you. find out how you can get lower monthly payments as part of the health care law. magic, it isd like real. protect your health, enr
johnson -- he joked that his character was smart enough to make a radio out of a coconut but could not fix a hole in a boat. found new generations of fans banks to reruns. chuck e cheese gets another chance. the kid restaurant known for quirky keeps the does not come close to new york style, in a wild arcade atmosphere. it got a boost in the middle of the climbing sales. apollo will buy the chain for $1.3 billion. you can see the spike on the far right side of the chart. the founder launched atari and said it will be good for the brand. >> chuck-e is still a very powerful brand. almost no child has not had a birthday party there in the last 30 years. apollo is a good company. it is in good hands. they will do interesting things with it. >> like what? >> i think that there is a lot of opportunity with the brand. i think that apollo is -- there are a bunch of smart guys. and i think there will be a lot of very interesting things. >> what is the opportunity? what is the lost opportunity? what have they messed? what could they have done that they did not? >> i hate to climb into the details. >
would like to bring to your attention, deborah johnson the resource specialist volunteers the time to mentor two students each week as part of the school district's mentoring for success program. and the students look forward to the one on one time with, miss johnson when they read books together and play board games and create art project and sometimes go on cultural outings, as a child, miss johnson benefited for mentors in her life and wants to pass along the benefits to others and sometimes she cannot live with her parents as she sought out the teachers and she said that they always encouraged me to do my best and further my education, they influenced me to be a teacher, unquote. her work with along with the work of 650 mentors across our schools is being highlighted during national mentoring month. currently it is estimated that 1,000 san francisco youth still need mentors and the district is partnering with the district attorney in order to recruit new mentors. and we will have an informational meeting on thursday january 16th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the city wide mentoring
moon bay. good evening, everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. first, breaking news in the search for a serial arsonist in the south bay. they arrested a suspect accused of setting a dozen fires in the past week. >> ama dates is live in san jose with breaking details. ama? >> dan and carolyn, that person is suspected of setting 13 fires. you can see some of the damage in the video we shot. homes, condos and a portable building behind a church that was set on fire last week. it was a rash of arsons and as you said tonight, the san jose police department has confirmed that the department's covert response unit arrested a man shortly after 8:00 in connection with the arsons. a suspect will be book eld into the santa clara county jail. the search intensified over the weekend. abc7 news obtained this surveillance video of a man walking in the neighborhood where a fire was set. and then the fire department released the sketch. right now they are not releasing the suspect's name or the circumstances surrounding the arrest tonight. right now they are still doing investigatio
got its money's worth. joe johnson got credit many threp3-point shots, former nba r dennis rodman's controversial trip to north korea. >> he didn't invite me to go with him. and had he, i would have declined. i think those things are best done in coordination with government to make sure the right protocols are followed and sports diplomacy is used at its highest and best level. and there's a huge huge spot for sports diplomacy. birthday parties for dictators that torture kill starve, develop missiles and bombs, not so much. and that's my thought. >> well, baseball commissioner bud selig called, instant replay, only used to determine home run calls and initiated by the umpires but starting this season, fan interference, force and tag plays, foul fair calls, and batters being hit by a pitch and baseball players will be provided with one challenge in the game and a second potential challenge if the first one is upheld. only that if a manager has used up all his challenges umpires would now be authorized to initiate a review on their own. tony russa, estimated that almost 90% of all
on camera before. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. a san francisco man who had his bike stolen was so frustrated by the response from the sfpd he took to social media to get action. >> nick smith is live on market street with the story for us. nick? >> kevin montgomery said when his bike was stolen he went looking for it. what he says he found was a chop shop where thieves break bike downs to their frames and sell the parts for cash. san fran sis scans love their bikes and so do thieves. kevin montgomery says it was wednesday night or thursday morning when thieves made off with bikes belonging to him and roommates. they are part of a growing list of bikes stolen in san francisco. >> i went around the neighborhood looking at various chop shops of which there are one behind us and went to look for my bike. >> what he says he found was this. stacks of bikes stripped to the frame. he snapped pictures and tweeted the photos to sfpd. >> they take the parts off and put the frames in a stack and the components in bins and load them in vans and take them out of town of the. >> when we went to
johnson. he's the former ceo of black entertainment television. also with us, mark zandy. gentlemen, welcome to you both. let me begin with you, mark. you heard our report. still a lot of americans out of work. you know, where are they going to find jobs, and will we ever find those lost jobs from a couple of years ago, will they ever come back? >> there will be more jobs. housing will be a key source of jobs over the next two to three years. home construction will pick up significantly. construction jobs, manufacturing, landscaping will pick up. i would expect more job growth in high-end services. accounting, advertising, management consulting. those are highly skilled jobs that require lots of education and they're for the high-end. >> mr. johnson, your businesses touch a lot of corners of the american economy. are you hiring this year and if so, are you able to find the kinds of employees to fill those jobs? >> well, tyler, the way we look at hiring across all the companies that we have investments or ownership in whether it is automobiles, hotels, financial services, priva it is
-- oh mr. johnson is back. >> i have to feel the microphone a few times today. supervisor breed sponsored this on behalf of department of public health as well. this is an important program for public safety and for the welfare of the troubled youth in the area and supervisor breed is happy to support it. >> thanks for those comments. all right. dph. >> director of behavioral health and integrated treatment services and here with rita paris and director of aim higher and an assessment and planning unit at the juvenile justice center and we are really thrilled to receive this grant from the department of justice to support the increased capacity to deliver integrated substance abuse assessment and treatment service for juveniles in the city and county of san francisco. >> great. any questions? okay. move on to public comment. anyone wish to comment on item four? okay. seeing none public comment is closed. can i get a motion to move this forward. >> so moved. >> okay. we can do so without opposition. madam clerk can you please call item five. >> item five is a resolution r
carlyle will pay between $4 billion and $4.2 billion for one of johnson & johnson's blood testing units. the announcement of a sale could come as soon as tomorrow. johnson & johnson is a bit higher on the news. remember, carlyle emerged as the sole exclusive negotiating partner for johnson & johnson on this unit late last year so a deal possibly coming later this week. back to you. >> we'll keep an eye on that. the broader markets now. bull market finding its mojo again. the s&p 500 back in positive territory for the first time this year. the dow in triple digit territory, giving it its best day in 2014. where do we go from here and how do investors play into wall street's good news? ideas now from bernie williams, chief investment officer at ufaa investment solutions and bill stone with us, chief investment strategist. welcome both of you to "power lunch." 2014 started off pretty slow. what's driving the mood change and does it last? >> well, i think we do have an improving economy and so despite the weather and the jobs report, the market's still on positive footing from an earnings p
. and their stock is down almost 1/3. >>> a huge deal to tell you about in the healthcare industry. johnson and johnson selling it's diagnostics business. $4 million. testing equipment. >>> once celebrated, it's a city on the decline. but there are new signs that motown could be turning the corner. more on the motor city miracle. >> detroit begins 2014 bankrupt and surprisingly buoyant. >> me and my business partner, dave, have a foppedness for the the -- fondness for the city. there's a fear and a love for the city. >> as they became the largest bankrupt city, there was fear and optimism. he opened the largest distillery. and now so many customers come in for bottles of 60-dollar bourbon and 34-dollar gin and $2 vodka, that they have the limit of two apiece. >> it's really, businesses is opening up and people moving into the neighborhood. and we have seen results of the business. >> with the northern american auto show pumping $400 million into detroit's economy, automakers and suppliers are equally optimistic. ei automotive supplies parts to two-thirds of the automakers around the globe
economic struggles. president lyndon johnson knew he couldn't wanl his war on poverty without dr. king, so just two days after being elected president in 1964, president johnson called dr. king. >> we're going to spend a lot of time with shriver on our poverty thing and i wish you'd give a little thought to it because that offers a lot of opportunity for our young people that have been denied. we got this behind us now, and we've got to move on the next four years and make some advances, and i'll be in touch with you. >> well, good, good. and again, let me congratulate you and say what a great moment we think this is for our country. >> joining me now, someone who was instrumental in the war on poverty, author of "the edge of politics" and joshua dubois. thanks both for joining me. >> great to be with you. >> stan, i'd like to start with you and talk about this moment lbj knew he needed dr. king to move forward in this process. how did that relationship work out? >> well, at this point, it was really a symbiotic relationship and very important to understand. president johnson could not hav
-infections that treat infections. the company is garnering the most break through designations, johnson & johnson, gla johnson & johnson, glaks glaxo smith kline and novartis. last week, glaxo smith kline was granted accelerated approval for a combination melanoma treatment. still, as more drugs enter the fda's expedited review programs, especially those breakthrough therapies, some worry these pipelines could strain fda resources. >> one thing to keep in mind is the fda resources in helping these drugs. this could still be especially an issue or something to watch. >> reporter: and of course, entrance into one of these programs does not guarantee a drug success. prioritized drugs can sometimes fuel a steep selloff in the drugmaker's stock. a risk especially inherent for the smaller less diversified biotech companies. for "nightly business report" i'm morgan brennan. >> coming up, it's just two weeks into the year. the new year. how many of you have already given up on your financial resolutions? we'll show you how to make them stick. >>> finally tonight, fidelity invest ntss says more than half after
"lunch money." i am adam johnson. and what he hates about washington and why he is telling google. how did he get here anyway? the head of the world passes largest ad company tells you how he got to the top. and why the long face, amazon worker? to unionize this giant. the man who gave us the real world knows how to win. that is coming up. finally, in sports, brooklyn going to london as pro ball goes global. we are kicking it off with a story everyone is talking about. cars. the detroit auto show. it is open today. so far, hot new models and high tech concept cars and auto executives talking shop. has been terrific and he is a great ceo. he gets the whole conversation off the table. >> we are expanding production capability. >> it is a different capability equation but most importantly, a different operational cost equation. >> 16% of total volume is hybrid and i think that will only go up over time. >> sales have recovered fantastically since the recession. >> it is really strong. a nice year. >> our customers to create demand for a product, and the .umber of sales >> ok. that is
in 15 minutes. we are joined by guy johnson. girl p ower. >> not even slightly. let's carry on that conversation. we have a guest talking about how you find the face -- if you are a big brand. the biggest shift u.s. seen in the way models are selected is because more women are working in more senior positions within the luxury industry. it used to be you used sex to sell. no you use edginess. that has been a shift in the way you market to men and women. we will be discussing all of that. i certainly did not bend my 40th on neckar island. we have a great guest talking about the sugar industry. and we will talk to a company solvereezes air to energy problems. what am i talking about? stay tuned. "the pulse" will be up at the top of the hour. looking forward to it. >> you are not 40 yet. guy johnson with "the pulse" in 10 minutes. stay with "on the move." we are back in a few minutes. ♪ >> s ever wonder what it is like to beo, a vegas player? we revealed the incredible perks of being a vegas star. >> 40 million gamblers walk to the vegas trip each year, but most people only g
is adding to his team. >> hi, i am magic johnson, you can get the health insurance you need. go online to the health insurance marketplace. do comparisons of brand name plans and choose the one that is right for you. find out how you can get lower monthly payments as part of the health care law. it might sound like magic, it is real. protect your health, enroll today. >> magic johnson is living proof of the value of early medical detection. he was infected by hiv in 1991, the virus that causes aids, he never contracted aids because he caught it early. another player giving a helping hand, former miami heat center alonzo mourning. >> i felt invincible, when i went for my physical, i had a serious kidney disease, it was and time and i was insured. you can get affordable health coverage through the new health insurance marketplace, compare brand name plans and get lower monthly payments as part of the health care law. enroll today so you can stay in the game. >> the administration's purpose, enroll more young people. data shows that 18-year-olds to 34-year-olds made up only 24% of enrolle
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